Rebecca Loos hit headlines earlier this month when her alleged affair with David Beckham once again became a hot topic following the release of a Netflix documentary on the football legend.
Back in the early 2000s, Rebecca, now 47, alleged that she had had an affair with David, who had tied the knot with Victoria Beckham back in 1999, while working as a PA for the Beckham family.
In the 20 years since she first hit the headlines, Rebecca, who has now hit back at the documentary and shared her shock, has married Norweigen doctor Sven Christjar Skaiaa, with whom she has welcomed two children Magnus, 13 and Liam, ten.
The family of four live a rather quiet life in a remote hamlet in Norway, which is three hours from the nearest airport.
Rebecca and Sven met in 2008 while he was working as a medic for the reality competition series 71 Degrees North. They then wed in 2012, before moving to the Norwegian mountains to start their family.
Sven now works as a physician with the Royal Norwegian Air Force, where he serves as a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service and as a Search and Rescue specialist.
Rebecca has also shunned the limelight and is now a trained medical assistant in Oslo, and worked on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
She has also trained as a yoga teacher, and regularly shares insights into her fitness regime on Instagram.
And opening up about her marriage to Sven back in the early days of their relationship, Rebecca said that he was nothing like David, and would never have an affair.
At the time, she told Closer Magazine: "Sven is so gorgeous. He's tall and blond. My mum calls him The Big Viking!
"He'd never have an affair in a million years. He's different to David. I would never cheat or lie to Sven because I love him so much.
"I always thought I wanted to adopt because I never wanted to be tied down to a man for the rest of my life once I'd had his child. But now everything's changed."
Since the release of the Beckham's documentary brought her back into the spotlight, Rebecca told hit out at David, and the way she was portrayed.
She told the Daily Mail: "It's all, 'poor me'. He needs to take responsibility. He can say whatever he likes of course and I understand he has an image to preserve, but he is portraying himself as the victim and he's making me look like a liar, like I've made up these stories.
"He is indirectly suggesting that I'm the one who has made Victoria suffer."
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